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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing Equipment' started by pwoller, Nov 10, 2012.
Seems simple enough but not as simple as the John Deere 214 that it replaced.
just picked up this mower at least same style and deck. It is a belt drive and it seems like no matter what i have to keep the left grip squeezed about a quarter of the way to keep her going straight. I checked tire pressure and all that is this pretty typical for a belt drive or is there something i can adjust to fix this problem?
Mine is a hydro so i dont know. I know in the manual it talks about tracking so I'm sure there is a way to adjust yours too.
mine has that too. Not a big deal but after awhile your left hand fatigues a lot quicker then your right. Let me know if you figure it out mine is put away for the winter now but i will be trying to adjust it in the spring for sure.